Essentially a remake of Fatal Attraction that falls short in its script and is a so very predictable stalker flick.
The subject of digital data manipulation for illicit purposes yields a tense thriller set in London about a veteran soldier fighting to clear his name of a murder he swears he didn’t commit.
The ‘libs’ are bad and the ‘deplorables’ good in this heavy-handed, political horror/thriller about a literal human hunt, where the action is great but the commentary too in-your-face.
A powerful, stylish, slow-burning, feminist revenge thriller has Sarah Bolger giving on one of her best performances.
A suspenseful and brutal feminist revenge thriller finds a woman refusing to be a victim and turning her assaulters into the hunted.
Horror fans will find a lot to like in the way this film plays with the usual tropes and ’80s horror cliches, but it is ultimately uneven in its direction and mood.
Kirsten Stewart does her best with a rather mediocre script and at least makes a case for exploring Jean Seberg’s extensive filmography.
The political intrigue around the 1979 assassination of South Korean dictator Park is retold in this sometimes slow but still gripping thriller.
Our latest deep-dive into classic film is the groundbreaking 1973, Michael Crichton sci-fi classic ‘Westworld’.
A masterpiece anthology of four Japanese ghost tales by the director Kobayashi Masaki is a study in color and cinematography.